Tencent’s “Peace Elite” launched its first flying vehicle “glider”

Tencent's "Peace Elite" launched its first flying vehicle "glider"

This morning, “Peace Elite” ushered in a “mutant” version update, adding the first flying vehicle “glider” in the classic mode, as well as the new firearm Mosin Nagan and the new thrown C4 bomb.

  • New vehicle-glider: add the first flying vehicle in the classic mode-glider;

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▲ Source: Peaceful Elite, the same below

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  • New firearm-Mosin Nagan: A bolt-action sniper rifle with 7.62mm ammunition. The power is the same as Kar98K, but the bullets fly faster and the damage attenuation is smaller. It can single-shot unarmored targets at a longer distance;

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  • New Throwing Object-C4 Bomb: After being thrown, the C4 bomb will be attached to non-character objects. After 16 seconds, it will penetrate any obstacle and cause a huge explosion, which can cause damage to players within a horizontal radius of 25 meters and a vertical radius of 15 meters. In classic mode The ground falls to refresh.

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Naijatechnews has learned that, in addition, the new version of the game has built-in protocol encryption, which will eradicate cloud radar to see through external cheating. “Peace Elite” stated that the cloud radar perspective plug-in is a general term for a type of plug-in, cheating in the game with the perspective and resource information display function.

According to reports, as early as the appearance of the plug-in, Tencent Game Security Center used security strategies to detect and crack down. In order to eliminate such plug-ins from the root cause, the game encrypts the built-in protocol, completely cutting off the realization path of the plug-in function.

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▲ Schematic diagram of a certain radar perspective plug-in

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